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THE REPUBLIC: WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 20, 1904.
1 il ' i always bears this I "." KiSKl I si.rn.tHre on the V fSSWtSk , label. It inures A SSF llWW - perfect sat.fac- CJ Mg t& Mff g lion, and is a pro- H g'W K feSSftlW J taction asainstall TO ( V 2 J PflliS 1 I the troubles and 1 j 00 I rVJ worries caused by IB ,. HBB3.C t I inferior imitations. I , HHHBifc Thc Improed requires PBHljJMpilSfMi no tacks. 9 mBKEftBffSSS''&ifMl L fig Wood rollers. Tin rollers. I ' BEUSklmS . MISCREANT WRECKS PASSENGER TRAIN. Lngineei and riienian Scnously lujiiK-d in C.it.ibtiiijilm Near Uooinillo, JIo. r.KPL'nur ppkcial. Uoonvlllc, Mo Jan l1 Katj I"ler No 6. rorthbounl. ax dltchi il within a few htimlrej arI- of the M . K A. T station a 14 oclc-k this morning hj running into an oi-n switch The engine turrtd over and tha --leepor. l)aRnai;2 and mail carM ani one coach were toppled our. i:nlneir William TroIe of rartoa'. Kit . and llrirpan I A. Spendlff of i-t-tUila went don in the wrtck and ro horiibl valued by ei-ciping- sltam. Aftir rLlir.i, treatment trum local phjMcins Tit j were cun.j.d to the con-pin & ho--1 i.l a.t stdalia mis .ifternoon Tne doc loi hae little hoie of irogle s ri-coierj . tasstnger named Kimball from Marion, lini . wad islightlj injured All the othtra cm- ped Il is thought the switch was purposely cured ihe Ilghv was extinguished nd Int. loi k thrown a.wa A dli-chargd -ftt'liman is us)ected. and the local po lice are on the lookout for him. COMMITTEE ISELECTED TO END ST. LOUIS FIGHT. Contention of Hoot nncl Shoe Work- t-r rinull) miot- of Much- Uchateil tueiitiou. Cincinnati. Jan 19 The comention of the Uoo and Shoe Workers Inttrratioml l-nion to-da tesumed consideration of the fet I.ouLs control ers The treasurer, c I Bain of Boston, mule an -labor.ite statement to how that it-ssr-. 1'intd Lawrence and .Mott in were irl-.takcn in their charge about mUuM; of turn-, and lneoircctnes.-. of books lie pio .ccd tne reforts of tnc auditor and com lnu ee Jlc. -rs Pint i. Lawrence and Mottan h id r uind to at J-jul-,, and there were tiv sain "cent, to-dav as characterized the s-1oth of xnerdfly irhen OrL, tnizcra McMoirow and bicb"rm-nn were ques tiui -d 1) the et IouW i-itors Lnder the rt-olutn n bj N Hubbard oi lirocktor Ma, idopied esterda. Alxin c Horn of Middl-b iro Francis J ( l-i ' of lliockto'i and Klmer Jlobin n ol 1. -n wre e!ectel b ballot a tie co.Timtt'i go to st ljouis and make u. linal r. jiort in the control ersj DELINCUENCIES OF LOCALS CAUSE MUCH CRITICISM. rrcdcntinln Committee 1'iniln "lolliiK streiicth Will lie tut Dunn In in Miners Cou eiitlou. Ir.diinapolls, Ind . Jan 13 The delin quencies of lociis in the three anthracl'e districts of the I nlted Mine Workers i the cauae of much crlticli-m amon bitum inous miners Some were report! as in arrears for two or more months and not crtltled to ote in comention Some of these hie s. tiled with the Credential otnmittee and wll! 1 represented In con entlin but there .still remain a lirge number of inthraiite locals in l.id sand in? and the tnree ditrlets will not ha m irl the oting power m the floor thit tl ej b id two jears iil,o. just prc-edlng their fike The Si a e ( nmmittee becan work this evening formula ing the miners dem iniK t be presented t the or rators f he entral rompetitiM dltriet impwril of Indlinn Ohio Illinois and Western IVm siania it th- ioint wage tonftien e i er pe J in jarc 35 KCLIE H AM) c 1,'Iti; Coughs, Colds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Hoarseness, and Sore Throat. yif J? on ever r' s mllo "IKnaiureof DEATHS. is'i'Ws HLOCK -On Sunda Januirj I" lM at ''r "i ork ( lt Frank Itlfyk rr-1 10 can lu neral frorr refldnr1 of hi Piitfr Mr vln (tr o Mashing! on aetue Thuraj at & a m Interment prUat . n UKK On Mondav January in 113 1 31 a tn Mir Theiwi Iiutk nfc rlnier) ! lod wtffr of I'atr'ck Ilurke Funeral Whlnei daj Mth 1 3J p m , from rcI !-?nr N 221 Chouteau a cnue to Annunciation Church trnc to Oilvan Cemeterj O imiEN-riAd Januir 1" Wl at 3 i m afW a linKerlrg nine Thomas O'Urien Th funeral frm famll reidrnco 2T3.1 PhTidan aene Thurla Tanuarv 21 at fi 30 a m to Ft Le- Church thec to Calvarv 'Vmetfry Cl'MMINO5 On Mo-day January IS 1"M. at 11 a m John V Cummins belo"d fitnr of Frank Cummlnps on of the late Fat rick anl nn Cummlne: and brother of w II Cummincs Fatrick Ciimmtnn Mrs Chailes Btene nn 1 Mr Mrhal Gradt I"u- ncral will take tlnc from ?.o 7I9 DMFlcn Ftrrt op TVe.1ne":da Jamiar 2 at - P m to pt Liirnce OTxil'n Church tn'-nc- to Gait an Cemetery I)etaFed na.i a member of local union No S JtMjrnejnien n mm nt 2 n Ti TOn TuFdaj Janucrj 31 1 "M. ard Olca T iitj iiiui miant srn if louls A Dammert i uneral prliate .,? If i.7 - "$ int0 r" "T "nfliij Jin uars IS at . TO p m after a linear nn ill-nt-s Pr-ston PArker belelrd T S nd th-late John J Frltrti in This flftV third jear. Fuwrnl from hi. late r?i' l"nrl -in I'M Wet Belle place at : P. m. WednesJaj Januarj SJ. MAY On Tuesi Januan 11 tii ,. - m. after a brief Illness nni A li niSon of C.torpe II Mj; and beIn,-Hl mother of V Arthur II nnwlle nirc.1 -,1 ,ar. f,,-,!,! terilceo at resldi-nce Nn r;ig frnn ,;Eu Thursda afternoon at 2 o rlnck Kri-nJ. ln Tl'ed Interment at Columbus, o ColumVu. O . paPcrB copj NIPinTR On Tuesilay, Januirj l jodi p.nx pHna P Nlrrier. mother ef Fnnrl. K N'M,pr nrr,i H vears Funeral from the ren!ince if Francis E Nlnher No 1220 Hamilton aterue. at 3 p. m. Thursda. Januarj 21 V"AnnFl.l Fntered Into rest on Tuaa. tanuarv 19 19M t IJ 1 m Mrs j,,, d1ell beloed rpother of John Robert I. Alonm W . Arthur K and folic E. w ail lell need 5.1 ears. 4 months and 1" dajs Tun'ral nt I-xlnctnn, Mo. Wednesdas. the 21th Ins, at 2 o-ciock Kansa City paprsplea-e e.;p; WAGONER UNDERTAKING CO., 1137 oi.ivn ST. Day of INight. SUCCESSOR OF - -- - - W MTril pp .dert .f Recentlj elected fir-t w In th perioral tru uti n t'i I'aiMm anj Ohio, caused bj the resignation of President I F Ioroo to accept the jtrrs ldcnc of the Kock IMar'l. a departure from th emfn precodtnt uui! in nil way manacmf-ni, and follow' h1 b th election of O-cir G Alurraj is .Mr Iore succe'-or, was made In. the election of Walter G Randolph i5 first ice prcsl dent to succeed Mr Murraj It is believl thit thl was nete-ar is the tlrt ic pre.-d( nt has thi-gf of traf fic, while tV -o(md Hf pr --id it nf th H i O Hugh U Uund i in clurt of the lepal aff.iii s of h -tt ir Mr Han lolph has !. n f t manv irs Kenral supenntf rdent ii' 1 id mpr in New ork Cit nl ihi 1 srh his posi tion has b-rn mmonti lrnj rTint It I rtpardd a- an fx- ' nt i it ir( of hi abllitj thit hf .hiM 1 i i n -eI c l to ucced Mr Mi-rri us 'ir-t ic pri dnt in i harK t if fr m n ji th. man h itrtiiK i h i LEHIGH STOCKHOLDERS CLAMOR FOR DIVIDEND. Intimations of I llernir Motito n l'nrt of Ollicluls. in li-n of I iirc K.irniiiK. PhlKdelphii. 1'a . Jan 19 -Stockholders of the I ehish Vallej Railroad Comian for three hours to-d i clamored for a. div idend at the annual meeting of tho com pany Numerous speeches were mide. In which tho p il.cj of the administration c 1j1.11 tioned, and intimations ucre thrown out of ulterior motives on the part of the of ficers and directors in fai.in; to declare a dividend whin the prollts tor the viir apjearisl to warrant such action Mrtn uous opposition was adv.inc d ai.ain'-t tne adoption of the annual r port of tne .nu idmt and directors, because of a. clause authorizing a general consoild ition mort gage souring bonds to the amount ot Jl"0"0 0iio The same clau-e also provides that premier mortbages shall not be ex tended at maturitj but are to be replaced bj the general mortgage President Thomas, o oceupied the chair ruled otherwise and the report vas voted upon simultancoulv vvitn the clei tion of directors The court showed iJl, 767 shares In favor of the repo t 1 c 1711 against The old Board of Ulicctois a is re-elected The meeting-room in tl'e i.ii -oil com pan s bull ling .vas nil 'are eno vh to accommodate th stoi khnh'i .s wn wre in afendanee nnd th m ur i.as hid in M l-lcal Fund Hall In .t statement to tho slnre'joliers. Iresident ihoma1- slid 'I di 113 thit tre 1 urp-f vas to per petuate eontrol of the toad Ti.c prop ert is not so a'uible thit I e 1.1 commit a dishonest act to retain it The binrd and mjstlf ire unv.ll.int; u test uiuir the imputation thit wo are r 11 ti to de stro the pupfrtj or lve it n 1 the control of others A r solution urging the in ommg Hi ird of IMrectors to ri -time th imment of dividends w is adopted The lorepi.i lias not declared .1 dividend for cl2vn veais i'ssi:Nr.i:u mi: to i ontkii. Repre"enlntles of l'inn Ivilliill l.inen to Meet In M. I.oiiis. I'ennsvlvanli pass, nger nlhcials hen led bv General I'lsner Agent E A l"ord, will meet in ht I.juis this wciK for a se ries of conferences at the Planters Hotil" The first conference will be held to morrow afternoon, to b1 fodowed bv o h ers on Prldav ind Siturdiv It is 'uat.d that these will be fimilv eontcrencis of olllclils representing thi iennl aula llnis west of Pittsuurs,. and initio's of inti n st to thi svstem will he eon-nl rid The following will be priscnt tl. A lord general pais, ngi r ani., I nnJ. Van Dusen first ,is istnnt ncneril p is-si-nger agent C I. Kimbill as-jst ipt geni ral passenger ngmt, b unuel Mood. assistant ueneral pa ng' r acut, V Illi h irdson a distant ccnirii pnscner agent, J M Chisbrough assi-mnt gem r al passenger agent. Ul-tnet 1' i-- tmT Agents I'ncmin lligrt, I'reti h Dillon. ceriiin !en ml ent 1'irrligi n liis triet Agent Hull Agent I'onierov Uis trlct Pis-ngir Agi nt I.ushong and ton t twentj h.e citv pisenper anl tiailinB passenger asjcnti riti(.i 1 m:s m:w iioi 'i 1:. Running ruins Oirr fllil VIc-llllllllK 1 rnl. to (title tin. RBI'LULiIC hl'LC IAU Galem. Kas J in I All of the Frisco trains, both freigh' ami p issener are be ing run into Galeni ovc- tlie old Memphis track and the old di pot in Kmpirc ( it Ls being ucetl The Frisco track runs over a track of undermined 1 ind anl for Mme time, the mlrcrs claim, large bovv lders f ill from the roul 1 tie mint s s ,, 1 titi pass over tlius n. iknv it unsafe The IYi'10 built this pm if he ml when G ilena was vet Snort cruk twetitv ilve vears ago. and the g ound !n I een m'ncsl out since Thi i'r'si , his 1 nige force of workers pirn irg huge Iron p.1 irs underground This po tion of tin roul will not be ued until the work ib computed UnRlneerH' 1tn11nl leitinv:. Peorii, 111 , Jnn 19 1 n Meve-s see retarj and general m inager of tin I'coria and Pekin Termiml Unilw-i. thii ifter noon t cured an injunction restraining the HoocTs SarsaparDIa is unquestiona bly the greatest blood and liver medicine known. It, positively and permanently cures every humor, from Pimples to Scrofula. It is the Best. Blood Medicine. OSCAR G. MURRAY. - . .. . ., a F RANDOLPH the Laltimore and Ohio Ilailroad Comnani. annuil meeting of the , on-panv set for this afternoon He rl lims the companj r. moved the boo!s from his possession. t. v. luriusn rim a list or th- stocu- holders and would n t let him Into the m.eting Mph-i onclnalb bi.ilt the road for Lantern enpitahsts OHltiri .JOM.I I.K. Ilelli-eil Haskell line Will fford 1 iltinlile onnertlons. riHIIUi hl'HIW. Ungoner I T Jan 1 The proposition of c X Hnskell to build a lin 'hrough this cltj from 1 orreta crd to m ike .1 con nection with the Sinta Fe at Ouase-a is regarded as nn lrriwrtant move In ra'l rond construction in the Indian Ter-ltorj as well as a misterpi"e of riiiwnv str 11 egv on t! - part ot Haskell The Joi lin l'ne was origmallv jdanned to etend from Melvin to Afton and to sonnect vvith the Frico at the la-t named point, but the construction of th" short line from JIuscosec to Coireta to connect with ire Jiisvourl Pacific cause a material change T11.1 Missouri Picifi hi-, long cle-ired a lire ero-slng the Arkansns River ind scuili of I ort orth, but up to this tlm n 1 I nut been able to secure it The crusMm, will now be madi on the new short imp brido ard will plai e th Mis souri paciilc in tin dc-!rd territory ixri:t t ii:ii'ini. i.imss. (ienrrnl Vlnnnners I'll used With I'roKrfM of UurL. Th- per- ral imnager;, ,t the St l.nul Ilncs made an in-pntion trip over the terminal-vesterdav accompanied bv Pres ident Jlrclii-niv Oemral M inager Rob ertson and other of id I "f tne Terminal Association K vvns general'j agreed that vhi'e much has to be done as much as the Termlral can do to ud affording troi k facilities for the orld - I'air teatlli is l-ing lone and will be completed in time for the Fair t veral members f the onrtv com mended General Manner Rbertson for thi elilcieiu manner in whieli he hns pushe-r1 tni work In th" rnrtv v ere President Ramfov of the Wa'Msh H H Siencer 5outhern R Kin . ind ilia ( A Ooodnow (hi eig ) i-l I on G G V."irner Missouri Paciln President s.honts i lover laf. Manager Whitnev 'liver Ivaf To lliivo Rnllna ( linlr. Montr-al, J in 13 The Board of Gov -e-nors of McGIll Pniversit. It Is ex pected will establish a chair of railroad engineering ind transportation In general in the universit this ear The project was first sugceted b Sir Thomns Sh lug ness prisjdent of the Onnadlan Paeltlc Riilwa oirpinv and It has been ap linvi lb- Sr t hnrles Rivers Wilson nm1 c M llnes, rispectlvelv presidi nt and gene il mamgir of the fJran.l Trunk Tlie lirge trunk lines of c-imda have pledged from Z) to J"r"") acli annmll in supiort of the project Huliicsn ker. of! .,1Trf Chicago J in Y Trnihe ofilciils of the Snnti IV roil estlmnte thit full 12i) hoineseekers will start to-morrow for points in Texns. Oklahoma ind New Mex 110 The movement Is one of the largest nf the kind In tin historv of the effort which the railrouls ire mnklng to colon ize the Southuect Itnilvvns Notes .mil (Iinngr. J G Idi-n is arpolnl. 1 ri-tern pissrger nroi t 1 f thi U V. Biih hea lijUHrters In ci Vrl vice J i; IJurk. lece fed r c-ni s ruannuii oivnienil was l- rlire.1 ti th' ilins-ti rs i-f t ,. j.r)c esteri'a on me nrsc iiriierrisi st (k Th- North, rn lir " r lirertnrs diflare.! 1 I'. pr eiu quirtrl llillml mmrarel nlth l'-tereert regul ir an1 an extri ne half per ient for th rreieilln nl ote- j.steja The li!itnore ind o tin fntuipirateil i line of fre lerlirlrg chair eirs 1 twen st Louis anl !iie Hi in niKht tril-n vepterilav The C I A. st i hap ls.ue.1 m n'tractfve foMir ci nt 1 ling a mep nf st j, i.j. the I air gruinil. mil data on l th as will as rallwj iuf rmatun BALLOTING FOR A SENATOR. Mai land Dciiiik i. lis Xot mi C.iiKiid.iU-. uu-eti Anmpolis, Md . .Inn 29 IJillotlng for a I'nited ritntes Fen itor to suiced Sen itor I.ouN i: Mc omns Ikbiii in the l- -lisliture to-dnv. the s, ate jn 1 House voting teparattlj The vote in the Sen He vv is as follows John Walter Smith fi, Iidor H tyner. 4, Kinirfnl Ctrter, 3. Cllhu K .Inckson. 2, Joshui Milis. 1. i:,lvv trd UarlUlil. 1 (ail Di mocrats). and Louis C McCom is, lie public in. S In the House of Delegates the vote was fo'Invvs Smith 23. Ilavner. 31, - Mlif 1. A iril.ld l, son 2 (ill De-norrits) Coin" Hetnihllcin 1J Carter. 4. Jackson, .lames H Heniler and Iuls IJ Mc- '1 hi r not being a maiorltv for anv can didate th re vva- no diction Siivs HiihI..iiii1 NHaulteil Her. The polici are searching for I'atrick I Ivnn, wlio is charged with strlKing his nite Nellie, and hir son. William vlc Iod 11 veirs old with brass knuckles md then shooting twier at her Mr Plviin told l'ltrolmm 'IoIoikv of " the Fifth District tnat In i huslniid ntend her home. No 310J No.th Hlevinth striet nnr! isaulted her v Itlwut rrovocntlon She sUvt lined a out and bruises on the head and her son's scalp was Incer.ttid AlHitine; Their Knstprn oilires. I A Norton ocretar of the Xorth merlcnn Investment Compnnv. ins Knne to Hoston on business for his companv The president of this concern. U I Mau pin. will join him In Philadelphia the" last of this month. c- r I'mcrlolntiicnt. The Centnl Young Men's ChrUtlan As sociation Grand ind Franklin avenues, will klve nn entertainment Fridav even- Ing Tbo "asner L-adiea' Quartet. con- Isting of Mlscs Nellie Porter. Hess III tckburn Lulu Johnson and Helen Tin m ."S'1 M!s Elma B Smith? reader, will take part In tho programme. Wedding Our assortment of Solid Sihcr Spoon and Fork wares embraces over 25 of the most beautiful designs ecr produced :n siler, all of the lnjrL est quality and at erv low prices. Teaipoons ct of Tablcspio'-s et if t. n rt pjont- st of 0 on e -noons doze Su-ur Svoor-s 'at h Monlon Spoons rat Iloulllon Spoon -1 iz-n Mermod & Jaccard's Broadway, Cor. ANDRAE PRAISES COUNTY SCHOOLS AND TEACHERS. Saperlntendi'nt Sabmlli rennd ,ln- uiinl Report and Kc-miuinrntW beverul Cliunsen. The second annual report of J Will Andrae Superintendent of Iubllc Schools in St Ixiuls Count was published ves terda In pamphlet form and mailed t tho various school boards tnrouliout the countj Among other things the smr lntendent savs ' From all I can learn. St Louis Count possesses the bes corps of working teach- ' ers in the state This is a verv natur il result of our paing teachers more j,li i erou-s salaries than nnj other couniv I bince our count la crowded with f.ood I te ichers, ome of whom are Idle ai th J result of this crowded condition 1 wouid recommend tliat the school boarus in the I fix ure add to the present corps 1 f tea 'i . ers oumr men and women wlio to rest dents; of at Louis Countv 1 A course of stud verj similar to the one. recommended b the State Hard for Rural schools was formal! adopted for the countv in June. ISol Mam of tile rural schools ure following it anu the re suit is ver sa.tl-factor Some -ehooia I ro not following the course adopteu and !le result Is not so .sallsfactor 'The cjl and town scliools ate doing 1 exceptional work and can readi st ind a te-t of comparison with the &-.. Louis schools, tile best in the couut-v Kuk- ' wood has one of the best hiirh schools in , tlie state, and Webster Grovis and r-ergu-son are doint; excellent work in their high school di part-ne'U- It is noj d tiat tlie consolidation of districts will soon be j favorabl considered ind high schools be ! built in mm) localities j I believe in conducting schools on economical line-, but not to let this econ . mv interfere with the success of flie schools V.e ma sometimes be eci-ne lv judicious and then bv injun thi au-i of education The best tcai Iters nre not those who teach for the lidsi -none I dtsre to warn bo irds agninst tlie mpio ment of those who are willing to cut salaries The cheap teacher stner.tll does cheap work" ihe total enrollment for the ears end ing June , lrJC! was ST1S white and ..o negro, s There were 4 41 white males and 4 3S3 white females, 345 negio males and 431 negio females One district in rlled less thin 1". pup'Is four between 1". and JS. seventeen between 2T. and 4o twentv between 4o and W and -"ortv-siK with more than 60 The average length of school te-ms was 176 'asi eighteen schools have ten month terms, one hire and one-half months. thlrt-elght nine months twentv seven eight months and four six months The seating copacitv of the schools Is S Seventy six pupils graduated in the State course of stud Sevent-one dis tricts hs.ve libraries which are v ilued nt J5JW5 and com iln 10S77 volumes Fnrt one teachers hold State certificates twn-t-nlne norm-1 diplomas and 1'- eount certllcates The number of tenders em ploved Is 222 There are 111 school buildings n the cotirtv The amount of salaries p ild to teachers Is lie; -., 67 The iverage salar for males is 563 64 and females J41 28 Six. n w schoolhouses were built during the vear nt a cost of $21 575 09 The e-itlmnted value of the school propertv Is 5T32.'"C) The tex lev Is 39 9 cents on the JK" ROMANCE IN BIG BUILDING. D.iniul Huff and Mhs Dpmp-o The C'pnturv Wotl. of In tho busy humdrum nf onr nf tne ritv i largest otllce hullling th Cnturj Cupid found tlm Mond u afternoon to complete the work he has had In land for weiks and brine about the tnarri ice of Daniel Ruff, who suppli"-. cigar's to the smokers In the bulldlns and ill"-. Jnnle Dcmpsej, who Is emplov(d bv tvpritcr firms with otllces in the dnturv Mr Huff and M!s l)empn ob allied a marrlaee Iicn;e Iinddy and were m ir rled Temporarll Mr and Mr& Ituff are living with her mother at Nc 4217V L.uck street TWO DIVORCE SUITS FILED. Mis. Edwards. Charcos Iosiitioit After Nini' Daj.'. Marthn Juliet Edwards filxl sul for di vorce in the Circuit Court viterd itgiinst Chnrles I! Ulw i-iIj- who she avtrred. deserted hir nine divs if-er their marriage Decemler 9 1M in Iou.i Mie aks for th. restoration of hir inilden name. Ievvis Mathins Svehla alleged that his wife. Christinn refused to leave 1'nig Citv Ho hemK and Join him here Thev w re mar ried in Itolinnia Novembtr 12 !S"Vt in Ftbruurj lS9r. he umi to the I'nited States He sent moncv to h r and re-oue-ted her to cone to th! tountrj. but she n fus.d to do so he ave's I rev have oae child The Ulilr Kljrr. Through slc'pin? cnr .very dij to rirrida via N"ahvllle Cluttanoopa and Atlanta, Inquire at Illinois Central Ticket O.tlo TO INCREASE CAPITAL STOCK. (tieat Northern Fuel Company Proem es a Cettificate. Jefferson Cltj. Mo. Jan D The Oreat Northern Fuel Compinv of St I-ouls to dav sicund a certificate from the Secre tary ot Slate to increase Its capital Mock from flOoOm) to tl 0u".("0 Lfuie lluii) CruiKleliildren. The funeral of Mrs Catherine Ilreidlng, "H enrs old, who it survived bv s chil dren and thlrtv-two gnndchlldr. n took place from the Good Samaritan Hospitil vesterday afternoon .Mrs Hreldlng w-is born in Germans and lememUred seeing the troops of Napoleon m irch througn her native villaEc Sht had spent most of her time In st Louis tineo coming to this countn In 1SX. and lived vflth her mughter. Mrx Henriitta Carstt n Couple Overcome PnrenlHl Objection. Parental objections on account of the briiegroom's age was fin illy overcome and llliam Koberon of No 3217 Laclede avenue. 19 vears old. and Miss Clara H Flint, of No 1J03 South Broadnnj were married The couple have endeavored for some time to gain the permission of Mr Koberson'i' father to their wedd'ng. but he stoutl refused until Mondav. whin he give way to the plendlngs of his son ani cave his consent to the union. erllct AKnlnnt Trnnslt Conipmi;. Christobei Patterson obtained Jjdgment In Judge nievins's division of the Circuit Court yesterdav against the St. Lou's Transit Compaio for J.7W damages for in juries sustained Juli 17 by being thrown from a car. The rarely beautiful designs and serviceable quality of our solid silverwares render them peculiarly appropriate for wedding pi as, while the dailv use on the tablt- series also to keep the donor in constant remembrance. Gifts Just now we are showing some handsome oak chestb of siher, containing from 9 to 257 pieces of tableware, choice of many beautiful I - solid S7 t 1 Sli . Locust. 11 ' i ' tor our lure illustrated catahne of Dtitivom!';, If atcf.es, fr:trr Stlz e xi-ire. l.lila, (.it! uUl. etc hree rr.itil HOTELS. mi HOTEL Ci5 a o Xra Q: . IixJrlou.ir fuTlshed locatlcn tr be pal servire rea!i dliBhtful Curt pan and Arrr!can pa-- Fc- rates ap-lv at hov! cfrc JVHC1 MAIN 35 25. Tickets on sale Feb. 9th to 15th may ba ex tended to March 5th for return. Ask us for rates on circuit trips going: through New Orleans along the famous Guif Coast to Jacksonville and return by di- rect route to St. Louis. Ticker Office, 20S N. Broadway, St. Louis. K-i" LIQUOR DRINKING. MORPHINE KScW PjXifcT Ia AIC8TIC BUI KTI6. HIUSTKEU, TOUCH 1H CtUIETTt IIBlSTniS V HFC 2803 LOCUST STREET, NOUI TRCATMCHT fO FILE TRANSCRIPT OF APPEAL. K.inetr. (I irrt'tt and Dolan Claim ( imit Eried. Notice and a transcript of appeal was filed in the I nlted States Circuit Court of Appeals v.steriav bv Thomas B. Barrett, Jonn P Dolan and Frank Garrett against the recent Vtrdict and sentence of th United Stat.s District Court Tlie petitioners advance nineteen objec tions to the ruiir.f,s of the District Court, in which the claim error Amorg them are claims that the court errd in consolidating the Indictments and requiring a trial on consolidated indict ments, neither of which lontained sJfii cicnt facts to constitute an offmce Thev claim error in refusing them rer emportj challenges, in admitting evi dence under the indictments without pro duilng record of the conviction of the principals, in admitting over the objec tions of the defend int- alleged certifi cates in admitting In evidence a paper in the neme of Ermst No-ni in permitting the testirronv of Tonv N igci In regard to tertain pipers, i illed certificates of citi zenship and in i ermlttin Harbaglla to testlfv as to the substitution of papers ard tl at Dolan gave him cirtiin tnonev paid to Schawaiker for going on his bond The moM perfoct train In eerj way that Iciws m IuiIh Union St ition Is Tho N w A ork Umitetl" on the Van dilf i-Ienn,-jlanii It loas lill 12 35 noon i uinp irttnent Iteper, tmethlnK cntlreH nt o far n Nu York travel is concernoi ih-ervTtion cir. a grand parlor cmoklrh ir w tth b ithroom ani barber shop beoinsi: is belfein rtncr Aunt ..rtiie will be glitf to .bow ou through thi tnin an ili be tween 12- trd 1-"9 noon f jou will ad xl1 him two hou". in advance at Ticket Oflicc eentll ind Oiie BIXBY IS NOT A CANDIDATE. Dei- Nor Si-ok tti lie X.itionai Cijiiiiiiittt'i'iniin Fioiu Tt.'i-iiioi. REPfllMi'SI'ECIAl. Musioiae 1 T Jan 11 It has been oefmitelj innnunced tint Tains Hlb will rt be a c in ild ite f.r Republican N itional Comniitteenun from thi Indl in Territorv U"li"n the IlKhv lDom was started tome tim ago sti elmod Iegt-lation had not nb sunied siirh 'ifinite li ipe and the proba I illty of tlie i idk and Seminole nations becoming n part of Oklahomi was not taken Into consider ition Now that this Mems proh-ililo to Mr nixhv he does not propose to take the chances of get ing into the lght ami then being disqualified by bcini, legislated into a State ind hive to resign fnun the committee It is 'urther un !ertood that Mr RWt will take an ar ivc part in ilillcs in the Territorv and tint he will be in th. race for I'nited Sta'es enitor is soon as st tehnod comes for Indian Ttrritorv, o that pirt of it incluillng the Creok" Na tion Don't I.ook Old rtcfore jour time Itrlnt, back the fresh mw of outh to jour complxlon laxa tive Ioro Tepstn will do it Cleanses the entire sjstem All Druggists. 23 cts ner bottle CHILD SUESHER FATHER. Hacked bv .Mother, Oil Seeks to Obtain I'ianc. Hoop J Kraus 12 jears old. b her riotlur as next frit ml. has filed a replevin suit in Justice Ta iffe's court against her father John T Krau, of No VM Clark avmue for tie posis-lon of a pi mo The girl is living at No W l'Ini -nreet with her mother, who is su'ng for divorce Attornevs Crigler and Kellej ire attor nijs for the p'alntilT in tre r. plevin suit It is claimed that the pi ino was given to the plalntirr before her parents sepa rated K Cltj Wnter I Cut Off. IIKI'L'IIL.IC 1-1 CCIAL St.it.nton. 111. Jtn 19 t-iveral of the mine factories hive been shut down and the cltj sunplj of water was shut off to da on account of the searcitv of water in the citv reservoir. CASTORIA For Infants MdCJiiWrBi Tl. w J v n ti n . ihi: mhu iuu noie Aiwajs oougui des'gns at prices that range lrom S12.00 to Si, 000.00: also some vcrv ornamental tablewares as fo lows: Tea S's l.f?e S-tJ r .! IV i s Hr. m1 Tiv Ftutt.-r Pi-Vis 1 nbon Ii-re. r -n lih. Jl O to Jl S"0 J4, to Ji) 5"0 n 52 3 J'T "-0 t !T !(. 0' to ST.) X Y li S J. to 5i) ver S. W Car. 28th 4. losust S's. , ONE OF ST. LOUIS S NEW MODERN HOTELS - nroom arcj ca. n-ulc vnirie. cuiIne audi MBA IHKE7 j&L tPSSB BUSINESS PROPOSITION IN ST. LOUIS TO-DAY is a Bell Telephone PERMIT US TO DEMONSTRATE. Contract Dept., 920 OLIVE STREET. AUDI SRI New Orleans and Return, $20.00 Mobile and Return - - $17.10 Pensacola and Return - $17.10 ST. LOUIS TtLtPHonc LmotU. 130 Ur6 TOSACCO AND NCUIIASTMtNlA. H WINTER RESORTS. ASHEVILLBX N C The Manor, Albemarle Park. An Exclusive Inn. Erythtr modern And con-ntent sral attrietlie cottaee Private cluMiou" In t: cround vrlth t-owllnjr tool tllliard. tenrU. etc Gclf link- wlthn &0 yard Tft t'5t cf evTMhiO(T For fute Information adlr? ALBEMARLE P RK fOMPWT Ashille N a THE BADGE OF TRUE NOBILITY. A man who possesses Independence wears the badge of the highest distinction. Tne slave cringing under the lash grovels in the dust of humilitv and degradation Dis ease ia the foul destrover of man's self-reliance nnd eventuallv courage and p'ide are sapped of thlr v Igor, and in tho place of an energetic spirit, with the full vim of manhooi indolence sets in. and life is robted of its highest purposes, follo-vedbv humiliation ard despair ho would throw off the felt rs and iraven rear caused b painful i'sease saoi.1 1 t ike Dr Kurkhart's Vecetable Compound which creates new. pure rich, healthv blood, and is guaran teed to cure the following distressful ail ments i:heumatim Net-raicia Catarrh Thirtv davs" treatment. Joe Ail druggists MAY PROSECUTE STUDENTS. Member! 01 .Medk.il t'hi'.s Prae Ike Ipon Fellow IMiiiilfs. rfii nuc srariL Columbia, JIo Jin 19 Action probablj will be taken bv the Mate Board of Health to prosecute students In the medical de partment of Missouri I'nivirsitj who prac tice medicine among their fellow -students This custom of p-ictlcing medicine among the students, has Ltoun to such extent thit Preside! It II Jesse found it nec essarj to pos the following bulletin in the halls of the unlversitv ' I am informed that some medical stu dents do tractlce medicine among their fellow -students One would th'nk thit no student would let a man practice on him before he has been pronojnc-d worth to practice The president of the Hoard of Health should prosecute to the tip end of the law the first student of the unlversitj that violates this law 'Hie Hot springs of rknnsns. Owned lij I nited St ites Oovirnmcnt Ideal winter resort Indorsed bv Gov en ment for rheumatism and manv other ill" ;lf lut hotels of all grades" ror com plete inform ition addris, Uure lu of Infor in ition. Hot Srrlngs, Ark WHiTE STAR LINE EXPANDS. Service Heteen Liverpool, UU Sow and New Zealand in .Mauh. RKI'LBLIC M ECIAL New York. Jin 19 It was announced to-daj at the offices of the Internaiional Mercantile Marine Company that the hite Star IJne would begin a service between Liverpool. Glasgow and New Zea land about the middle of March This is regarded In steimshlp circles as an Important slip, and the announcement ixcited a good deal of interest At pres ent there is onlj one vessel a month leav ing England for Australia Through this new line New lork ami Hoston will be brought within siv:tv dajs' sail of Wellington Auckl ind and I.J tile ton Thi tl.-st steamer will leave IJver pool in the mldd'e of March l'lorltln. . Through sleeping cars ilnilv to Jackson ville via the Illinois Central "Iloli" Died In iliiiliinee. A man known as "Hob." whose name is believed to have been Hnlurt Armstrong, died in an ambui ince betwicn the Salva tion Armj barracks. Ninth and .Market stnets. and the Cltj lMspersrj vesterdaj morning He fell unconcioas in the bise ment of the building ami an ambulance was summoned to tike him to the dispen sarj. but he was dead when llfteil out. He had earned a livirg selling shoe strings and nothing is known of hL. relatives. Bearsthe Signature of AUCTIONEERS. , a, &, iimi & J AVCTION AND iTCRAGE. Ittcu'nr tt til Cfrrfil nft. ''a in rttt.eri rx c tv nr Ktrlocl WESTERN SALVAGs WRECK:?G AGHSMCY Iff rd vC Fire ari Mar 1 vt Uah rgo a Ia.JIeri cX ' SaHast- Watch f r nxlftl ar- SVMtHI. l. Mnn AMUSEMENTS. -v3fti at J U 11 Pt scr p.. .t Mr LESLIE GARTER Id H-s 2"w I ay Jl'a s." lIalnTs Ve.i-edar a:i Sat-TilaT; VEXT lie VI AT SF TS THI RSIAY CTsires r-chinan Irats ..JOHN B$SEWS In His Greaet C rard Sjccs THE SECOND IN COMMAND By It brt Marshall. CENTURY TO-NIGHT I Henry ".V Savage r-; . RAYMOND HITCH COCK in t1-.- n'-sr Omic Ore-a by HENRY M. BLOSSOM JR.. ani ALFRED G KOBVX. THE YANKEE CONSUL Special price- at Wed. Mat. lower oor rl. Regula- rrlc-3 Mght a-d Sat Mat.. c to -53. NEXT s:i--rY-SEi.iTS THURSDY. Jotn C Fish.r's S:j;etduU5 U).(r Prodjctlca. The Silver Siipper Br th Au'hors o Flcrcdora "" The rnsatlonnl Champagne Dance. SAMt FL lOLLJNt ard a COrEpanv c Hi FHI3AY EVE., AT 8:15. 1ffnuroh hai c of nil the inllnUlM that A SECOND PAGANINI j-niphon Orcliefra Ml Men. lfred Ernitt, Cuuilactor. EATS AT ROOM N, ODEON Prices gll.Wl. 81.-. f-l.ZZ.. COLUMBIA. Ccntl"unL5 Vau3lP 1X0 to 11 :) Dally. A.l Tbs Ves anti rext Sunday Ryan and Rlch"Id Gu ach anJ Barrt, Ha k and L--c-rra and llI!a ?oa Iirkin and rattrcn. MrRnb1 aid Tatrl 11 -Nelson FaTll-lS. J - Frnn Itld and Hansci. rt Eaker " irnwll arl Hcntr. Tfc Kl'-'vircrce 1 3fc yc o tra Chair p-vij. 73c. GRAND! Xlrht Prices. U-K-K-M-Ti;. Bli M-isical Coir- 1 CHAPERONS 5o-rttirtE-5o sen Mat Ma-'cn . 3.1ajn It Rudolph 4. Adclptu HAVL1N The Theater When oa Set the Sett Shos for Little Moner. " vrt Mitln- jM?y Thj-iIar. Saturday. 25C Mat, THE KING Oh HlgMftlr.-. To- Harrow. DETECTIVES 15,25, 35, s3s. run Mat . Wry WoTf Sin." Sats new "-inff CRAWFORD .Ti'J&SF Blwant Garr'- la the B'g Mu'tnl c.gi.dr. MR. JOLLY OF JOLIET. IrG FOR EVEItTBODT Eaele Tra!ss jnrps FBfcE Tu-. tVL. Thur. anj feat Mat. Next- Franic Jam- In A Cottt"y'a GlrL" llVl"tN!lML tlc.23c.3Sc.sdc 25c MAT. ONLY I SHOP GIRL TO-DAY. Wltl N"t- LOTTIE WILLIAMS. ' Happv Hooligan." STANDARD T!: Hor-A of Folly Twn Frolic Dally THE HIGH ROLLERS EXTRAVAGANZA CO. .votiiim; hit i, vichs. Nt Atuac'lcn KICK AND HARTON ZOO 3300 Qlive-Now Opm Mammoth Wild Bias! Callectlm admsson; C,v7s STEAMSHIPS. MEDITERRANEAN CRUISE. . ". Cnmer Ivnrfnrst (i:t.l2 tnim.) Tl !ar 'ailing March 1S-H. 15 .lass in rale tlne 6 daj. In Eejit 4 da In Rem-. 3 dajs In Athens 3 caj. in OoiMantinopI hortfr visit, to many places excpllonil advannges; colce berths around J3w Irc'ulirg shor. lr ps; .-claI crportunity fjr ladles wtihnut escort: Td for 130 page booklet F C CLARK. 113 Kroadnaj New "iork Fourth National Bank. St LoU- HOTELS. SwwS HOTEL BERESFORD. 11 1. 1 I.lndell llonlevnnl. Finest location In clt? t strletlx mod ern, Speelnl rntes tn permanent Klients. J. C. UrilHn, Proprietor. Do You Ever stop to lansitierttie 9 present etuciency of the TELtUKAM itfHU compared with what it ves telcrethe "POSTAL" entered the tield? lOOEOi pIBAuD " check. Each I receipt. We I allow I'r per annum on check- I ing accounts of indiritluals, I iirms anil corporations. I CAPITAL. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, I $8,300,000. I vTi X I 1 9 J I d WiT 9-AiMr il w if . & mmfjfty 1 WILLIAM I. HOMC3. H. J. DIEKN'EITE. President Srcretarr. KSTAUL1M1ED IN mj JIISSOUll MIK MLTUALHRE A5D MARIMJ l.MltJICE COMPACT. Ofnce. No TIT Chestnut M.. St. Louli. u. Je Hell Main 2HIA TL Klcloch A ioS Policies are written on ettnr ttoclc or mum! ii"y:-.i!aa.nl,lclc- B c Luca. M R Orthweln. D. D Walker Wm. F. Homt. ju. W. Sett. I